Changing Behaviour

Changing Behaviour
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

December 28th 2006


Shelle Rose Charvet

Behaviour change is not merely a matter of knowledge or skill. If that were true, then all the information campaigns on how to improve your health would have made behaviour-related illnesses a thing of the past. And birth control information would prevent teen pregnancies. Sadly, many people fail to create lasting change in their behaviour and will repeat their failures over and over again in their lives. Have you ever tried to break a habit?...


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